Local Communities

We service areas surrounding Surrey and White Rock that offer a variety of communities with many differing features. Are you looking for a rural or small town feel? Do you want the hustle of a downtown area with shops, offices and transit? Are parks and walking trails important?  As you get to know the areas and we get to know your needs and priorities we can help you find the right home in the right community.

Please take a moment to check out our communities for an introduction into what they offer.

Contact us anytime, we look forward to helping you find your right fit!


Abbotsford is the fifth largest municipality in British Columbia with a population of over 133,000 people. A culturally diverse city, Abbotsford does not forget its historic roots. Abbotsford is home to The University of the Fraser Valley, with over 15,000 students enrolled annually. Abbotsford International Airport hosts a popular air show every summer, the Tradex offers space for exhibitions and trade shows.


Aldergrove is a community in the Township of Langley. The community is urban in nature yet has a small town country feel. It is located at the south eastern edge of the Township of Langley and borders the western edge of the City of Abbotsford. It is home to the Aldergrove boarder crossing on 268th street. Trivia: the A&E TV series “Bates Motel” was filmed in Aldergrove as well as the Kent Farm from Smallville. Visit the Greater Vancouver Zoo or catch a movie at the Twilight Drive-in Theatre.


Cloverdale is home to the Surrey Museum, Surrey Archives and unique heritage buildings. Visit “Main Street” where you will be charmed by it’s historic ambiance, you may even see one of your favourite tv personalities as production companies love to film in downtown Cloverdale. Things to do: celebrate Surrey’s agricultural heritage at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, visit the Cloverdale Rodeo, join the Canada Day celebrations at the Bill Reid Amphitheatre, golf at Northview or visit Fraserdowns.


Fleetwood/Tynehead is a diverse and exciting community with a variety of housing types that can suite most needs. This neighbourhood features state of the art recreational facilities like the Surrey Sport and Leisure Complex and the Fleetwood Community Centre. The beautiful parks of Fleetwood & Tynehead offer a variety of nature trails, forested area and gardens. You will find a variety of shops and restaurants close to home which makes this neighbourhood a very convenient place to live.

Fraser Heights

Fraser Heights is located on the North side of Highway #1 in a serene, natural setting. It has a small town feel but is only minutes away from Guildford Town Centre and main transportation routes. Fraser Heights is sought after by families thanks to four highly rated elementary schools, Fraser Heights Secondary and the renowned Pacific Academy serving Kindergarten to Grade 12. Fraser Heights has its own recreation centre, tennis courts, skateboard park and basketball park.


Langley offers residents a variety of different neighbourhoods such as Willoughby, Walnut Grove, Brookswood, Fort Langley, Murrayville and the Langley City Center. Langley has a variety of parks and community centers throughout the city. The new Langley Events Centre is a hot spot for community and sporting activities for all ages. Langley is growing to be a major metropolitan hub in the Fraser Valley.

Newton/Bear Creek

Newton is home to a variety of educational, recreational and cultural facilities. Popular recreational facilities include the Newton Community Recreation Centre and the Newton Wave Pool as well as a Youth Centre and Senior’s Centre. The renowned Kwantlen University is situated in the heart of Newton. It is a culturally diverse community, which plays host to one of the largest Vaisakhi Parades outside India. Newton soon will be linked to Surrey Central upon the construction of the LRT rail line.

North Delta

North Delta is a largely middle-class community. It is the most populous of the three communities (North Delta, Ladner, and Tsawwassen) that make up the Corporation of Delta. North Delta is home to numerous parks and recreational complexes. Watershed Park provides walking and biking trails. Sungod houses both a pool and indoor ice rink, curling, skate boarding and softball are all big attractions. Hwy 17, 91 and 99 all provide easy access to neighbouring communities and downtown Vancouver.

North Surrey

This thriving urban centre is home to SFU, KPU, Guildford Town Centre, recreation facilities and Innovation Boulevard anchored by Surrey Memorial Hospital. The GVRD’s second downtown boasts a flagship library, city hall and performing arts centre. Culturally vibrant it hosts the Tree Lighting and Fusion Festivals. It is home to the Surrey Arts Centre, a hub of local arts and cultural activity. It is robust in residential and commercial development. Vancouver is minutes away by Skytrain.

Panorama/Sullivan Station

Panorama Ridge is located on the South side of Highway 10. Many homes have spectacular views of Mt. Baker, Crescent Beach & Tsawwassen. Sullivan Station is located just minutes to South Surrey, White Rock and Cloverdale. It is a vibrant, young, family oriented community. The Tong Louie YMCA complex helps to bring the residents together through sport and recreation. Sullivan Station features The Bell Centre for Performing Arts, providing a focus for the arts and culture community.

South Surrey

There's so much to do: visit Crescent Beach, Historic Stewart Farm located in Elgin Heritage Park, stroll the Semiahmoo Trail, Serpentine Fen Nature Reserve, Sunnyside Urban Forest or Redwood Park. For recreation: Softball City, South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre, Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre or golf at Morgan Creek or Hazelmere Country Club, the list goes on. Recent development in the Morgan Creek and the Grandview Heights area have created an abundance of shopping in South Surrey.


Tsawwassen is a suburban, mostly residential community located on a peninsula in the South Western corner of the Municipality of Delta. Tsawwassen provides the only road access to the community of Point Roberts Washington. It is home to BC Ferries' Tsawwassen Terminal as well as the Boundary Bay Airport. Roberts Bank Super Port is located adjacent to the ferry terminal. Tsawwassen Mills at 1.2 million square feet with over 150 retailers is BC’s largest shopping mall.

White Rock

This charming seaside community is located five minutes from the Canada/US border. It is clustered around an eight kilometre sandy beach and the warm shallow waters of Semiahmoo Bay. Walks on the pier, boutique shopping, fantastic restaurants and outstanding ocean views on Marine Drive set it apart from everywhere else. It is a eclectic blend of west coast and ultra modern homes. But wait there’s more! make sure to visit Uptown you won’t be disappointed.